Kingston Mosque will reopen to worshippers tonight after a fire ravaged part of the internal structure forcing it to close last month.
A dog is believed to have died in a house fire in Carshalton that required around 30 fire fighters to put out.
Better pedestrian access, more cycle facilities and changes to the proposed east stand of AFC Wimbledon’s new football stadium have been announced today
Dead cats stuffed in bin-liners were reportedly discovered by the River Wandle last night.
A burst water main caused a 7ft deep sink hole to appear in Langley Vale Road, Epsom Downs.
Hampton & Richmond Borough boss Alan Dowson will run the rule of former Ks winger Charlie Knight when Brentford's U21s visit the Beveree on Wednesday.
England head coach Stuart Lancaster will get an important early look at World Cup opponents Fiji metres from the venue for his side's opening game of the tournament.
A cannabis factory in Wallington was closed down and a 24-year-old woman sentenced for growing 16 plants and possessing cocaine after a police raid.
A driver who tore through Sutton during a six-minute police chase could spend more than a year in jail after being given a 13-month sentence.
Yesterday's blaze is believed to have started after a man set fire to rubbish within the site of Sainsbury's in Kiln Lane, Epsom.
Councillors have approved the shift of two-thirds of Kingston Council's volunteer grants budget - £1m - to its commissioning budget.
A public meeting will be held to discuss plans for a new secondary school on July 13.
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Surrey’s Dominic Sibley showed his class as Malden Wanderers Is went down to table-topping Ashtead on Saturday at Cambridge Avenue, writes Steven Morgan.
The second Morden family fun day has a packed schedule of events for this year.
Children as young as 10 have been offered lifts by strangers driving a dark car, sparking police to increase patrols across the borough.
Forty people managed to escape from their hostel when a fire started in the nine-storey building.
Police are hunting for a man in his mid to late twenties after the early morning attack.
A crash between a motorcyclist and cyclist this morning has led to both being hospitalised with serious injuries.
Herne Hill Harriers’ Gavin Johnson-Assoon recorded his greatest success on the national stage in winning a bronze medal at the British Championships.
St Mary’s University’s Charlie Grice was pleased to retain his British men’s 1500m title and prove a point at the Alexander Stadium, Birmingham on Sunday.
Kingston’s best placing at the London Youth Games for 10 years was four years in the making.
Surrey cricket is in shock after an Elmbridge cricketer died while playing in Long Ditton on Sunday.
The road to Rio begins now for Jade Lally as she sets her focus on qualification.
Laura Robson may have been happy overall with her return to tennis at the Wimbledon Championships last week, but there are still creases to iron out.
When it comes to the Ashes, Middlesex batsman John Simpson is the same as any other England fan - he wants the Aussies beaten.
Warrengate Nursing Home, in Kingswood, has been rated as "requires improvement" overall by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Global best-selling authors and television stars including Sebastian Faulks, Louis de Bernieres and Ben Fogle will top the bill at this year’s event.
Today marks the tenth anniversary of the devestating 7/7 bombings which killed 52 people, including three with connections to Kingston
Today the country reflects on the anniversary of the 7/7 bombings where Sutton Police were among the first emergency services to respond following the deadliest terrorist on UK soil.
A widow whose husband died just a month after their wedding will be the guest of honour at Race for Life in Croydon.
A care centre which did not deal correctly with unexplained bruising on a client and has a pest problem was found to be "not safe".
New ward boundaries have been suggested as part of plans to reduce councillor numbers while retaining ward identities.
The driver involved in a fatal car crash with a pedestrian must carry out unpaid work and pay a total of £145.
Hampton Court Palace and a large tomb in Cobham have been awarded grants to repair and restore the iconic structures.
Vampires seeking shade, Lord of the Rings and the Invasion of the Bodysnatchers all seem unlikely inspirations for the campaign against high rise buildings in Kingston town centre.
Businesses from the borough could come home winners from a capital-wide awards ceremony.
Cartwheeling 5km for charity was all in a day's work for one 11-year-old.